Sunday, February 12, 2017


Having a blast playing on the trails with the dog sled teams from Good Times Adventures!

Paused on a side trail to let a team run by on the main trail:
"Hi buds!" says flirtatious Max.  "Let me come!" says jealous Zorro.
Love the lead dog and wheel dog flashing a happy look at us as they run by :)
Max is known for "yelling" at stopped teams if they are blocking the trail. He will do his bucking bronco routine and yell out a Siberian "GO!" at the top of his bucks. Today, though, was a new one for Max. We were stopped at an intersection of trails to let a team trot by when Max broke out into his 'bucking bronco GO dance' even though the team was going and he was stopped. Hmmm....
I'm sure this is what Max was saying to the team, "HEY! I want to come, let me join! My human
is broken - why else is he stopped! Let me come! Let me come!" yells Max to his buddies in
a 'bucking bronco jealousy dance' :)
Swinging to the right to pass by a team paused on the trail:
"PHEW! You are stopped but we are GOING!" say flirting Max & Zorro.
Finally, our favorite part of running these trails: playing 'sled dog chase' with a team in front of us. Wheeee!
Flying along as we run after a team in front of us.
The cloudy day makes the team hard to see, so I have put an arrow showing you the
dog sled team we are running behind. 
Fun day, right guys?
"You bet! Love to flirt & run with the sled teams!" declare happy Max & Zorro!

Such fun... 11.2 miles traveled with 1200 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 25 MPH.

2016/2017 Season to Date: 80 days on the trails covering 651.8 miles with 70,500 feet of elevation climbed.


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    1. Yes, running with the trails with the dog sled teams is one of their FAVORITE activities! They get so excited and happy :)